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Thursday, February 27 • 12:15 - 13:00
Good Day Sunshine (in three parts): Part 3 - Everybody’s got something to hide, except for me and my artist

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Speaker: Panel moderated by Music Ally
Whereas major and independent labels are more and more optimistic about streaming there are still strongly polarised views among artists.
Thom Yorke infamously referred to Spotify as “the last desperate fart of a dying corpse” last year. Producer Nigel Godrich has been an outspoken critic too. Other established artists admit income is currently low but see streaming as carrying them into the future and there is a whole new generation of artists who are growing up with streaming as the norm. So, how do artists and managers really feel about streaming. Has it changed the industry for good? Has it irreversibly reorientated the way we consume music? In this session we bring together a rich cross-section of artists and managers to give you their views.
- Eivind Brydøy (Founder of Vox Artist, manager of Kaizer Orchestra, Janove Ottesen, Frida Amundsen and Thea & The Wild)
- Sassybeat (Anna Melkild & Ingrid Rennemo)
- Sirkus Eliassen (Erik Eliassen)
- Sumit Bothra (Partner, ATC Management – Manager – The Boxer Rebellion, Brother & Bones, Fink, PJ Harvey, The Staves).


Thursday February 27, 2014 12:15 - 13:00 CET
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